Entertainment & Arts

Entertainment news round-up: 10-16 June

A look back at some of the top entertainment stories over the past seven days.

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Image caption Forbes released its annual rich list of the top 100 highest-paid celebrities, with Beyonce, Sean Combs and JK Rowling appearing in the top 10. Can you guess which of the three landed the top spot?

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Image caption Tributes were paid to TV Batman star Adam West, who died after a "short but brave battle" with leukaemia.

Image caption Poldark made a return to Sunday nights on BBC One, but critics and viewers were unhappy one thing was missing...
Image caption Snake vs iguana was one of the most-talked about scenes in Planet Earth II and it even won a Bafta. But after a newspaper reported more than one iguana was filmed, the BBC confirmed just the one was chased by the group of snakes.

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Image caption Katy Perry is among the acts performing at Glastonbury this year. Organiser Emily Eavis told the BBC stars will get paid "less than 10%" than what they'd earn at other festivals.

Image caption It was announced Idris Elba would be donning his tweed coat once again to play gruff detective Luther.

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Image caption Bette Midler was among the winners at the Tony awards, where she refused to be played off stage during her lengthy acceptance speech.

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Image caption Glenne Headly, the Emmy-nominated US actress who appeared in films including Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Dick Tracy, died at the age of 62.

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Media captionAnd Michael Palin donated more than 50 Monty Python notebooks to the British Library. He gave a sneak preview of the collection to the Today programme.

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